REAL-LIFE SUPERHEROES

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Re: Costumes & Gear

From: KEVLEX
Category: Superhero Chat
Date: 06 Jun 2005
Time: 21:56:03 -0500
Remote Name: DELETED

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Good tip! You might want to try using a cold-water dye next time. There are a lot of different options for coloring material, including dye markers.

Re: A New Hero

From: Nightfall
Category: War stories
Date: 25 Apr 2006
Time: 17:41:45 -0500

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Welcome to the community, Nighthawk. I am Nightfall. I have had limited experience, but I will gladly share what I know. Patrolling about at night sometimes works, but unless you are in a high risk area, I doubt you will happen upon very many crimes taking place. Sometimes patrols can be very boring. If you do happen upon a crime, think before you act. What are your surroundings like? Wide open space? Narrow alley? Is there much light? Is there anything around you can use to your advantage? How many criminals and/or victims are there? These are but a few things to consider. As for stake out points, be careful. I am sure you have seen in the comics or movies the superhero standing on the roof of a building. Sure, you can see far, but you might be risking having someone call the police, believing you a burglar. Regular cars are good, but again be careful, because people will freak out when they see some guy in a car watching a place with binoculars.


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